Son Broadcasting Specials


Newton’s Grace

Sunday May 5th @ 8:00pm (90min)

This is the dramatic story of a real “Prodigal Son,” The story of miraculous forgiveness and change that lies behind the powerful words of one of the world’s most beloved hymns - “Amazing Grace”

On the Shoulders of Giants

Sunday May 5th @ 9:30pm (30min.)

Tod Friel takes you on a six-country European tour that will introduce you to the great reformers who are your Christian ancestors.  These men and women were too good for this world.  Yet, they were martyred so that we could have the truth.

Burning Bush Communications


Seasons of Grey

Sunday May 12th @ 8:00pm (90min.)

This multi award winning movie is a modern day portrayal of biblical Joseph and the coat of many colors.  What man intends for evil.  God intents for good, and that simple message is the onl thing Brady Grey has left after being cast out by his incredibly jealous brothers.

Group 1200



West Coast Praze

Sunday May 12th @ 9:30pm (30min)

Mother’s Day Special with great music.



The Potter

Sunday May 19th @8:00pm (1 hr)

Along the Arkansas River to Colorado, Dave Blakeslee says “One of the things I love about God is that he is a creative God.”  Watch and listen as he shapes, glazes, and fires ceramic works of art and describes how the Master Potter forms and changes lives into beautiful vessels uniquely designed for His glory.

Day of Discovery 





First Landing

Sunday May 19th @ 9:00pm (1hr)

First Landing tells the story of the voyage that 105 colonists took from England to the shores of Virginia in December 1606.  The Rev. Robert Hunt was specially recruited to go to the New World by the Rev. Richard Haklyut, one of the founding members of the Virginia Company which commissioned the voyage.

Ordained by the Church of England and appointed to be a vicar in Kent by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Hunt then moved to the vicarage in East Sussex.  This is where he served before he made the journey to the New World.  He earned the respect of the colonists and served as peacemaker to those often quarrelling men.  This was especially evident when he intervened in a dispute between the aristocratic Edward-Maria Wingfield and the soldier Captain John Smith.

On April 26, 1607, before the men dispersed to stake their claim in the new land, Hunt required that each of the colonists wait on the ships for a time of personal examination and repentance.  Hunt felt that if they were to consecrate the land for God, they should have contrite hearts.  After the three days, on April 29, 1607, the group erected a seven-foot cross in the sand at Cape Henry, which is present day Virginia Beach.  The colonists and sailors gathered around the cross and gave thanks to God for arriving in the new land safely and to dedicate the land to Him. Hunt declared that the Gospel would go from those shores to the New World and the entire world.

Though historians do not know the exact date or how Hunt died, many believe he died a few months later in the spring of 1608.

CBN and Regent University



34th Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards

Sunday May 26th @8:00pm (2 hrs)

Kirk Franklin returns to host the annual salute to gospel music this year.  Top nominees include Brian Courtney Wison, Tori Kelly, Kelontae Gavin, Tye Tribbett, Tasha Page-Lockhart, Cheryl Thomas Fortune, Donald Lawrence and Tri-City, Bishop Noel Jones and City of Refuge Sanctuary Choir, Jarrell Smalls and Company.

Central City Productions